I have a workstation with Windows XP and I need to make a symbolic link or mount a UNC Path like a local Drive. I need the same behavior that produces M-Daemon tools when you mount an .iso File but ...
I would like to setup select users on our domain to have the ability to create symbolic links on local NTFS drives and network shares without needing to run as Administrator, as part of an application ...
I would like make a symbolic link in Windows (7 or 208 between 2 locations on a file server (Netapp): mklink /D \server\share\some\link \server\share\some\target\path Is this possible? I can't ...